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Seeking foreign students, Florida International University recruits in Brazil

Miami Today 06 Jul 2022
FIU has still been focusing on recruiting international students, sending someone from the admissions team to Brazil in April on FIU’s first recruitment tour post-pandemic ... FAU’s international student recruitment is focused on student retention. The university focuses on making sure those who have already been recruited remain at FAU.
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Kelantan FC hire two new import players to beef up squad

Malaysian National News Agency 27 Jun 2022
KOTA BHARU, June 26 (Bernama) - Kelantan FC have recruited two new import players, from Brazil and Japan, to strengthen the team in the second transfer ...
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Criminal Arsenals Full After Brazil Made it Easier to Legally Buy Guns

InSight Crime 24 Jun 2022
Florida's Gun Traffickers Supplying Brazil's Largest Gang ... This includes Brazil's armed militias – former vigilante networks that have steadily transformed into criminal groups – which previously had to rely on recruiting members of the security forces to acquire guns, according to Langeani ... ARMS TRAFFICKING BRAZIL PCC.
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EduGlobal College Enters into Agreements with Recruitment Agents to Bolster Enrollment

Longview News-Journal 21 Jun 2022
The new recruitment strategy will complement EduGlobal's existing recruitment activities, and the college believes that the new cost-effective recruitment model will increase admissions and help EduGlobal achieve its recruitment goals ... Among the countries and regions where we plan to recruit are China, India, Mexico, Brazil and Southeast Asia.
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Can YOU stand on one leg for 10 seconds? You're at twice the risk of ...

The Daily Mail 21 Jun 2022
Researchers in Brazil, who assessed 2,000 people aged 50 to 75, found that those who couldn't stand on one leg ... The research, which began in 1994, recruited 1,702 people in Brazil who underwent various fitness tests, including standing on one leg for 10 seconds without any support.
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Wyndham executive tournament director Mark Brazil applauds PGA Tour stance on LIV Golf Tour

News & Record 09 Jun 2022
Mark Brazil, who for the past 21 years has run the Wyndham Championship, isn't sugarcoating what side he’s on ... Brazil traveled to the Memorial Tournament in Ohio, as he has done for years, to recruit golfers for the Wyndham Championship but to also talk with Jay Monahan, the commissioner of the PGA Tour.
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Japan and Brazil linked by soccer, baseball and immigration

Journal Review 03 Jun 2022
OIZUMI, Japan (AP) — Brazil's national soccer team is a draw wherever it plays, often a sentimental choice ... The end of slavery in Brazil in 1888 saw Japanese and others recruited to work under near-bondage conditions on coffee plantations in southern Brazil ... Japan has never beaten Brazil in soccer in 12 tries ... Almost no one in Brazil plays baseball.
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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:23 a.m. EDT

Statesville Record & Landmark 03 Jun 2022
Japan and Brazil linked by soccer, baseball and immigration. OIZUMI, Japan (AP) — Brazilians will feel at home when Brazil plays Japan next week in Tokyo in a soccer game between their national teams ... Japanese and others were recruited to work on the coffee plantations in southern Brazil after slavery was abolished in 1888.
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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:33 a.m. EDT

Statesville Record & Landmark 03 Jun 2022
Japan and Brazil linked by soccer, baseball and immigration. OIZUMI, Japan (AP) — Brazilians will feel at home when Brazil plays Japan next week in Tokyo in a soccer game between their national teams ... Japanese and others were recruited to work on the coffee plantations in southern Brazil after slavery was abolished in 1888.
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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 10:12 a.m. EDT

The Morganton News Herald 03 Jun 2022
Japan and Brazil linked by soccer, baseball and immigration. OIZUMI, Japan (AP) — Brazilians will feel at home when Brazil plays Japan next week in Tokyo in a soccer game between their national teams ... Japanese and others were recruited to work on the coffee plantations in southern Brazil after slavery was abolished in 1888.
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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 11:06 a.m. EDT

Dothan Eagle 03 Jun 2022
Japan and Brazil linked by soccer, baseball and immigration. OIZUMI, Japan (AP) — Brazilians will feel at home when Brazil plays Japan next week in Tokyo in a soccer game between their national teams ... Japanese and others were recruited to work on the coffee plantations in southern Brazil after slavery was abolished in 1888.
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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 8:28 a.m. EDT

The Morganton News Herald 03 Jun 2022
Japan and Brazil linked by soccer, baseball and immigration. OIZUMI, Japan (AP) — Brazilians will feel at home when Brazil plays Japan next week in Tokyo in a soccer game between their national teams ... Japanese and others were recruited to work on the coffee plantations in southern Brazil after slavery was abolished in 1888.
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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 9:11 a.m. EDT

The Morganton News Herald 03 Jun 2022
Japan and Brazil linked by soccer, baseball and immigration. OIZUMI, Japan (AP) — Brazilians will feel at home when Brazil plays Japan next week in Tokyo in a soccer game between their national teams ... Japanese and others were recruited to work on the coffee plantations in southern Brazil after slavery was abolished in 1888.
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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 9:24 a.m. EDT

The Morganton News Herald 03 Jun 2022
Japan and Brazil linked by soccer, baseball and immigration. OIZUMI, Japan (AP) — Brazilians will feel at home when Brazil plays Japan next week in Tokyo in a soccer game between their national teams ... Japanese and others were recruited to work on the coffee plantations in southern Brazil after slavery was abolished in 1888.
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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 7:32 a.m. EDT

Statesville Record & Landmark 03 Jun 2022
Japan and Brazil linked by soccer, baseball and immigration. OIZUMI, Japan (AP) — Brazilians will feel at home when Brazil plays Japan next week in Tokyo in a soccer game between their national teams ... Japanese and others were recruited to work on the coffee plantations in southern Brazil after slavery was abolished in 1888.

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